Britney Spears seems to be doing well after her conservatorship was terminated earlier this month.
The "Lucky" singer posted a photo of a festive fireplace on Instagram on Monday, November 29. "That beautiful … nice … and warm f*****g fuzzy feeling when you’ve been waiting patiently for 13 years to be able to live your life however you choose and it’s finally here !!!!" she captioned the post.
"Lighting my candles sure is a joy folks 🕯🕯🕯 !!!" she continued. "And you might be surprised cause my prayers are pretty damn powerful ESPECIALLY when you’re on the right medication just a month ago !!!!"
"Damn I can actually pray 🙏🏼 ✨ …. it feels so good to just BE HERE !!!! I’M HERE … thanks to no doctor or conservatorship people … good God my friends … it’s good to BE HERE and be PRESENT !!!!" she continued.
She told fans that because she can pray now, she hopes there will be a "shift for me" in three months time. "I mean who knows … I’m not gonna thank anyone I’m gonna pull a @snoopdogg [Snoop Dogg] and say I thank ME for believing in ME 🙋🏼♀️💖🎉 !!!!! Let's watch watch watch some TV folks 📺 !!!" she concluded.
Fans were happy to hear that the singer is doing well and shared their thoughts in the comment section.
"It's great to finally read this words. Welcome back, wish you all the best," one user gushed.
"We believe in you too Britney!! Light your candles, relax and enjoy your TV! You deserve all of this happiness and more ❤️," another wrote.
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Spears did not share more about the medication she is on. The 39-year-old addressed the court in June and alleged that her conservatorship was "abusive."
She alleged at the time that after she said she did not want to perform at a show in Las Vegas, she was put on lithium and the "normal meds I've been on for five years" were taken away.
"And lithium is a very, very strong and completely different medication compared to what I was used to. You can go mentally impaired if you take too much, if you stay on it longer than five months," Spears explained. She told the court that lithium made her feel "drunk."
The Crossroads alum's 13-year conservatorship was terminated on Friday, November 12.